By Bernhard Blanke, Randall Smith
This quantity explores various present difficulties confronted by way of towns in Germany and England whereas reflecting on optimistic ideas for reinforcing the standard of existence for the voters of twenty-first century city environments. The chapters of the e-book are in keeping with papers given at a symposium equipped through the schools of Bristol and Hannover in 1997 to have a good time the fiftieth anniversary of twinning among the 2 towns.
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This arrangement produces two further obstacles to cooperation, as follows. Usually the city has a stronger need to cooperate than the surrounding communities because it lacks suitable sites for land use (which are plentiful in the surrounding region) or because its public services and amenities are used by neighbouring local authorities who do not contribute adequately to them. However, the core city is rarely willing to give up part of its autonomy in favour of a joint approach. On the other hand the need for regional cooperation is diminished by the fact that joint statutory authorities already exist which could be a substitute for inter-municipal cooperation.
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